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View Resource Fuel Cell Applications

There are many uses for fuel cells ? right now, all of the major automakers are working to commercialize a fuel cell car. Fuel cells are powering buses, boats, trains, planes, scooters, forklifts, e...

http://www.fuelcells.org/basics/apps.html
View Resource FUEL CELLS 2000: The Online Fuel Cells Information Resource

Increasingly more literature has been printed about the fuel cell powered vehicles, their advantages and future applications but little accompanying information has been offered about what it is, how...

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View Resource Goodbye Black Smoke, Hello GreenTransit

As a result of an in-house research project, Harvard University recently converted its entire diesel powered fleet of transit buses and campus service vehicles to biodiesel usage. Biodiesel was...

http://www.news.harvard.edu/gazette/2004/03.04/07-biodiesel....
View Resource The Heartland Institute - The Increasing Sustainability of Cars, Trucks and the Internal Combustion Engine

This Heartland Institute publication documents how the internal combustion engine has become more efficient and less polluting, also examining how automobiles benefit humanity. The document is a...

http://www.heartland.org/Article.cfm?artId=9495
View Resource GM Hybrid Technology To Achieve Massive Fuel Economy Gains, Emissions Reductions in Mass Transit

Hybrid technology buses will save the city of Seattle 750,000 gallons of fuel in the first phase of implementation in a joint effort with General Motors. It is estimated that over 40 million gallons...

http://goliath.ecnext.com/coms2/gi_0199-3376912/General-Moto...
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